Profitable Growth In The New Economy
Who is this workshop for?
Geared exclusively for business owners, entrepreneurs and advisors who want to grow their companies in a more consistent, efficient manner and those that are feeling the challenges of today’s local, national or global business environment.
Are you interested in profitable growth for your small business? Sure you are. What small business owner isn’t. Right?
But are you doing all the right things to build sustainable profitable growth for your small business? Now that’s a different question and may cause you to pause and think. Right?
Profitable Growth is not a fad, or just a program to get by in the short term, but a way thinking about your business. It starts with knowing who is paying you for what value and continuously working to repeat this. It is a pay-as-you-go approach to growing your business that reduces dependence on borrowing money. It increases the wealth of a company, and the security of its owners, and all who rely on it.
So where do you focus first to create sustainable profitable growth for your small business? What can you do now? Whether your business has major growth or returning to growth in its plans, this workshop will focus on the tools, techniques and real-world examples for creating Profitable Growth.
In this workshop, attendees will:
- Define profitable growth in the new economy
- Discuss three ways to increase profitable growth
- Identify which customers are creating the profit
- Explore how to differentiate their business in this new economy
Can be customized for a 45-, 60-, 90-minute or three-hour, half-day seminar presented by Andy Birol to help business owners understand that their firm’s success is an outgrowth of their passion, conviction and drive.
This seminar uses a variety of hands-on learning techniques including partner and group activities, collaborative and individual exercises, and audience participation to help owners assess and evaluate their actions as well as their company’s actions, and internalize next steps. Attendee take-aways include several relevant and practical processes as well as an action plan that they can implement immediately.